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Man seriously injured after stabbing in Etobicoke: police

A man is seriously injured following a stabbing in Etobicoke Monday night, police say. (Jacob Estrin/CTV News Toronto) A man is seriously injured following a stabbing in Etobicoke Monday night, police say. (Jacob Estrin/CTV News Toronto)
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A man is seriously injured following a stabbing in Etobicoke Monday night, police say.

Toronto police said it happened shortly before 7:40 p.m., in the area of Dundas Street West and Mabelle Avenue, located just west of Islington Avenue.

Paramedics said they brought a man in his 40s to a local trauma centre in serious, possibly life-threatening condition.

Officers brought a man into custody and recovered a knife.

No other details about the suspect were provided.

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